Women’s Health Disorders

Large number
There is a very large number of female health disorders. Partly, this is because the hormonal and other changes are much more pronounced in the female sex; and partly because the process of family planning and the accompanying stages of pregnancy, gestation, birth and nursing weigh far more heavily on women naturally enough. But this means that women are prone to a variety of disorders for each one of the body systems involved. Hormonal and reproductive system disorders, PMS related problems, breast diseases, contraception complications, pregnancy difficulties, menopausal problems, etc, are all exclusively women's health disorders.

Female genital tract disorders
To take only the diseases of the female genital tract, these may involve the vulva, the vagina, the cervix, the uterus, the endometrium, the ovaries and the fallopian tubes. These may range from cysts, to benign or malignant tumors, various inflammations, menstrual complications, polyps, hyperplasia, gestational and placental disorders, toxemia, etc.

Nutrition for women's health
Correct nutrition can help stabilize blood sugar levels, avoiding the fluctuations that seem to affect PMS related problems. Nutrition can help alter estrogen levels and thus moderate a little some of the estrogen related difficulties. It can equally reduce water retention that invariably affects the blood flow. It can also strengthen the immune system and provide essential nutrients in absorbable combinations, something of the greatest importance in post-menopausal women, to mention only a few of the benefits of correct nutrition.

Our program
Our individualized program aims to restore you to a state of health through natural means, free of the multiple side effects resulting from the use of chemical drugs. This always in accordance with the present state of your health, history of ailments, hereditary factors, bodily demands, and personal traits that distinguish you as an individual.

In some detail, our program offers,

  1. Comprehensive measures. Identification of the best natural means to deal with your condition, and the set up of treatment goals.
  2. Diet. Which foods are best for your condition, how to eat them, what to cut down or eliminate at least for a while, to get the best out of your nutrition.
  3. Nutritional supplements. The vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids, fatty acids, enzymes and fiber you may need, the dosages and times to take them, so as to avoid annoying and even harmful nutrient interactions.
  4. Botanical help. Which standardized herbal preparations may be best for your condition, their dosages, contraindications, etc.
  5. Lifestyle changes. It is possible that small but significant lifestyle changes may help you recover faster and easier, and at the same time reduce the risks of recurrence of the problem.
  6. Exercise. Exercise can help some conditions, particularly when you know which exercises may be helpful, and which may worsen the problem.
  7. Physical therapies. Other forms of natural treatment that may be of help for your condition, including acupuncture, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, etc.